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Simple cornflakes and potato side dish complement your holiday entrees with gusto!
My mother always put on big holiday dinners for our family. I’m not just talking about for my dad and siblings. Nope. Mom would have family members that I’d never even heard of coming over to our house for these mega-dinners.
She would spend two days cooking and preparing everything for her guests. It was a lot of work but I could tell that my mother enjoyed doing it. She would cook everything in an orderly fashion starting with desserts and then the side dishes.
One of the best side dishes that mom would make was Cornflakes and potato casserole. Boy oh boy was this dish ever good! I watched mom make this casserole many times and she always used simple, wholesome ingredients that we had in our pantry. Seriously, trade in the green bean casserole for this little gem during Thanksgiving this year. You won’t be sorry!
Recipe and image courtesy of Dining With Alice.
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Quick Tip: Feel free to use plain or frosted Cornflakes. Both work well in this recipe and taste delicious.